World Junior Figure Skating Championships

The World Junior Figure Skating Championships ("World Juniors" or "Junior Worlds") is an annual figure skating competition sanctioned by the International Skating Union in which figure skaters within a designated age range compete for the title of World Junior champion. The ISU guidelines for junior eligibility have varied throughout the years – currently, skaters must be at least 13 years old but not yet 19 before the previous 1 July, except for men competing in pair skating and ice dancing where the age maximum is 21.

This event is one of the four annual ISU figure skating Championships and is considered the most prestigious international competition for juniors. Medals are awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating, and ice dancing.

HistoryEdit

The first World Junior Championships were held in March 1976 in Megève, France, and were originally named the "ISU Junior Figure Skating Championships". In 1977 the championships were held again under the same name at the same place. In 1978 these championships were officially renamed the "World Junior Figure Skating Championships", and held once again in Megève, France. Since then, the location has changed each year.

From its inception until 1980, the World Junior Championships were held in the spring. In 1981, the timing was changed to the November or December of the previous calendar year. In 2000, the timing was changed back to its previous form and the World Junior Championships were once again held in the spring.

QualifyingEdit

Skaters qualify for the World Junior Championships by belonging to an ISU member nation. Each country is allowed one entry in every discipline by default. The most entries a country can have in a single discipline is three. Countries earn a second or third entry for the following year's competition by earning points through skater placement. The points are equal to the sum of the placements of the country's skaters (top two if they have three). Entries do not carry over and so countries must continue to earn their second or third spot every year. If a country only has one skater/team, that skater/team must place in the top ten to earn a second entry and in the top two to earn three entries to next year's championships. If a country has two skaters/teams, the combined placement of those teams must be 13 or less to qualify 3 entries, and 28 or less to keep their two entries. If they do not do so, they only have one entry for the following year.

Which skaters from each country attend the World Junior Championships is at the national governing body's discretion. Some countries rely on the results of their national championships while others have more varied criteria. Selections vary by country.

Skaters must be older than 13 and less than 19 (or less than 21 for male pair skaters and ice dancers) by 1 July of the previous year. For example, to compete at the 2010 Junior Worlds, skaters had to be at least 13 and younger than 19 (or 21) by 1 July 2009. A skater must turn 13 before 1 July in their place of birth, e.g. Adelina Sotnikova was born a few hours into 1 July 1996 in Moscow and was not eligible to compete at the 2010 event.[1]

MedalistsEdit

MenEdit

Men's medalists[2]
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1976   Megève   Mark Cockerell   Takashi Mura   Brian Pockar
1977   Megève   Daniel Beland   Mark Pepperday   Richard Furrer
1978   Megève   Dennis Coi   Vladimir Kotin   Brian Boitano
1979   Augsburg   Vitali Egorov   Bobby Beauchamp   Alexander Fadeev
1980   Megève   Alexander Fadeev   Vitali Egorov   Falko Kirsten
1981   London, Ontario   Paul Wylie   Yuri Bureiko   Scott Williams
1982   Oberstdorf   Scott Williams   Paul Guerrero   Alexander König
1983   Sarajevo   Christopher Bowman   Philippe Roncoli   Nils Köpp
1984   Sapporo   Viktor Petrenko   Marc Ferland   Tom Cierniak
1985   Colorado Springs   Erik Larson   Vladimir Petrenko   Rudy Galindo
1986   Sarajevo   Vladimir Petrenko   Rudy Galindo   Yuriy Tsymbalyuk
1987   Kitchener   Rudy Galindo   Todd Eldredge   Yuriy Tsymbalyuk
1988   Brisbane   Todd Eldredge   Viacheslav Zagorodniuk   Yuriy Tsymbalyuk
1989   Sarajevo   Viacheslav Zagorodniuk   Shepherd Clark   Masakazu Kagiyama
1990   Colorado Springs   Igor Pashkevich   Alexei Urmanov   John Baldwin Jr.
1991   Budapest   Vasili Eremenko   Alexander Abt   Nicolas Pétorin
1992   Hull   Dmitri Dmitrenko   Konstantin Kostin   Damon Allen
1993   Seoul   Evgeni Pliuta   Michael Weiss   Ilia Kulik
1994   Colorado Springs   Michael Weiss   Naoki Shigematsu   Jere Michael
1995   Budapest   Ilia Kulik   Thierry Cerez   Seiichi Suzuki
1996   Brisbane   Alexei Yagudin   Takeshi Honda   Guo Zhengxin
1997   Seoul   Evgeni Plushenko   Timothy Goebel   Guo Zhengxin
1998   Saint John   Derrick Delmore   Sergei Davydov   Li Yunfei
1999   Zagreb   Ilia Klimkin   Vincent Restencourt   Yosuke Takeuchi
2000   Oberstdorf   Stefan Lindemann   Vincent Restencourt   Matthew Savoie
2001   Sofia   Johnny Weir   Evan Lysacek   Vincent Restencourt
2002   Hamar   Daisuke Takahashi   Kevin van der Perren   Stanislav Timchenko
2003   Ostrava   Alexander Shubin   Evan Lysacek   Alban Préaubert
2004   The Hague   Andrei Griazev   Evan Lysacek   Jordan Brauninger
2005   Kitchener   Nobunari Oda   Yannick Ponsero   Sergei Dobrin
2006   Ljubljana   Takahiko Kozuka   Sergei Voronov   Yannick Ponsero
2007   Oberstdorf   Stephen Carriere   Patrick Chan   Sergei Voronov
2008   Sofia   Adam Rippon   Artem Borodulin   Guan Jinlin
2009   Sofia   Adam Rippon   Michal Březina   Artem Grigoriev
2010   The Hague   Yuzuru Hanyu   Song Nan   Artur Gachinski
2011   Gangneung   Andrei Rogozine   Keiji Tanaka   Alexander Majorov
2012   Minsk   Yan Han   Joshua Farris   Jason Brown
2013   Milan   Joshua Farris   Jason Brown   Shotaro Omori
2014   Sofia   Nam Nguyen   Adian Pitkeev   Nathan Chen
2015   Tallinn   Shoma Uno   Jin Boyang   Sōta Yamamoto
2016   Debrecen   Daniel Samohin   Nicolas Nadeau   Tomoki Hiwatashi
2017   Taipei   Vincent Zhou   Dmitri Aliev   Alexander Samarin
2018   Sofia   Alexey Erokhov   Artur Danielian   Matteo Rizzo
2019   Zagreb   Tomoki Hiwatashi   Roman Savosin   Daniel Grassl
2020   Tallinn
2021   Harbin

LadiesEdit

Ladies' medalists[3]
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1976   Megève   Suzie Brasher   Garnet Ostermeier   Tracey Solomons
1977   Megève   Carolyn Skoczen   Christa Jorda   Corine Wyrsch
1978   Megève   Jill Sawyer   Kira Ivanova   Petra Ernert
1979   Augsburg   Elaine Zayak   Manuela Ruben   Jacki Farrell
1980   Megève   Rosalynn Sumners   Kay Thomson   Carola Paul
1981   London, Ontario   Tiffany Chin   Marina Serova   Anna Antonova
1982   Oberstdorf   Janina Wirth   Cornelia Tesch   Elizabeth Manley
1983   Sarajevo   Simone Koch   Karin Hendschke   Parthena Sarafidis
1984   Sapporo   Karin Hendschke   Simone Koch   Midori Ito
1985   Colorado Springs   Tatiana Andreeva   Susanne Becher   Natalia Gorbenko
1986   Sarajevo   Natalia Gorbenko   Susanne Becher   Linda Florkevich
1987   Kitchener   Cindy Bortz   Susanne Becher   Shannon Allison
1988   Brisbane   Kristi Yamaguchi   Junko Yaginuma   Yukiko Kashihara
1989   Sarajevo   Jessica Mills   Junko Yaginuma   Surya Bonaly
1990   Colorado Springs   Yuka Sato   Surya Bonaly   Tanja Krienke
1991   Budapest   Surya Bonaly   Lisa Ervin   Chen Lu
1992   Hull   Laëtitia Hubert   Lisa Ervin   Chen Lu
1993   Seoul   Kumiko Koiwai   Lisa Ervin   Tanja Szewczenko
1994   Colorado Springs   Michelle Kwan   Krisztina Czakó   Irina Slutskaya
1995   Budapest   Irina Slutskaya   Elena Ivanova   Krisztina Czakó
1996   Brisbane   Elena Ivanova   Elena Pingacheva   Nadezhda Kanaeva
1997   Seoul   Sydne Vogel   Elena Sokolova   Elena Ivanova
1998   Saint John   Julia Soldatova   Elena Ivanova   Viktoria Volchkova
1999   Zagreb   Daria Timoshenko   Sarah Hughes   Viktoria Volchkova
2000   Oberstdorf   Jennifer Kirk   Deanna Stellato   Sarah Meier
2001   Sofia   Kristina Oblasova   Ann Patrice McDonough   Susanna Pöykiö
2002   Hamar   Ann Patrice McDonough   Yukari Nakano   Miki Ando
2003   Ostrava   Yukina Ota   Miki Ando   Carolina Kostner
2004   The Hague   Miki Ando   Kimmie Meissner   Katy Taylor
2005   Kitchener   Mao Asada   Yuna Kim   Emily Hughes
2006   Ljubljana   Yuna Kim   Mao Asada   Christine Zukowski
2007   Oberstdorf   Caroline Zhang   Mirai Nagasu   Ashley Wagner
2008   Sofia   Rachael Flatt   Caroline Zhang   Mirai Nagasu
2009   Sofia   Alena Leonova   Caroline Zhang   Ashley Wagner
2010   The Hague   Kanako Murakami   Agnes Zawadzki   Polina Agafonova
2011   Gangneung   Adelina Sotnikova   Elizaveta Tuktamysheva   Agnes Zawadzki
2012   Minsk   Yulia Lipnitskaya   Gracie Gold   Adelina Sotnikova
2013   Milan   Elena Radionova   Yulia Lipnitskaya   Anna Pogorilaya
2014   Sofia   Elena Radionova   Serafima Sakhanovich   Evgenia Medvedeva
2015   Tallinn   Evgenia Medvedeva   Serafima Sakhanovich   Wakaba Higuchi
2016   Debrecen   Marin Honda   Maria Sotskova   Wakaba Higuchi
2017   Taipei   Alina Zagitova   Marin Honda   Kaori Sakamoto
2018   Sofia   Alexandra Trusova   Alena Kostornaia   Mako Yamashita
2019   Zagreb   Alexandra Trusova   Anna Shcherbakova   Ting Cui
2020   Tallinn
2021   Harbin

PairsEdit

Pairs' medalists[4]
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1976   Megève   Sherri Baier / Robin Cowan   Lorene Mitchell / Donald Mitchell   Elizabeth Cain / Peter Cain
1977   Megève   Josée France / Paul Mills   Elga Balk / Gavin MacPherson no other competitors
1978   Megève   Barbara Underhill / Paul Martini   Jana Bláhová / Luděk Feňo   Beth Flora / Ken Flora
1979   Augsburg   Veronika Pershina / Marat Akbarov   Larisa Selezneva / Oleg Makarov   Lori Baier / Lloyd Eisler
1980   Megève   Larisa Selezneva / Oleg Makarov   Marina Nikitiuk / Rashid Kadyrkaev   Kathia Dubec / Xavier Douillard
1981   London, Ontario   Larisa Selezneva / Oleg Makarov   Lorri Baier / Lloyd Eisler   Marina Nikitiuk / Rashid Kadyrkaev
1982   Oberstdorf   Marina Avstriyskaya / Yuri Kvashnin   Inna Bekker / Sergei Likhanski   Babette Preussler / Torsten Ohlow
1983   Sarajevo   Marina Avstriyskaya / Yuri Kvashnin   Peggy Seidel / Ralf Seifert   Inna Bekker / Sergei Likhanski
1984   Sapporo   Manuela Landgraf / Ingo Steuer   Susan Dungjen / Jason Dungjen   Olga Neizvestnaya / Sergei Khudiakov
1985   Colorado Springs   Ekaterina Gordeeva / Sergei Grinkov   Irina Mironenko / Dmitri Shkidchenko   Elena Gud / Evgeni Koltun
1986   Sarajevo   Elena Leonova / Gennadi Krasnitski   Irina Mironenko / Dmitri Shkidchenko   Ekaterina Murugova / Artem Torgashev
1987   Kitchener   Elena Leonova / Gennadi Krasnitski   Ekaterina Murugova / Artem Torgashev   Kristi Yamaguchi / Rudy Galindo
1988   Brisbane   Kristi Yamaguchi / Rudy Galindo   Evgenia Chernyshova / Dmitri Sukhanov   Yulia Liashenko / Andrei Bushkov
1989   Sarajevo   Evgenia Chernyshova / Dmitri Sukhanov   Angela Caspari / Marno Kreft   Irina Saifutdinova / Alexei Tikhonov
1990   Colorado Springs   Natalia Krestianinova / Alexei Torchinski   Svetlana Pristav / Viacheslav Tkachenko   Jennifer Heurlin / John Frederiksen
1991   Budapest   Natalia Krestianinova / Alexei Torchinski   Svetlana Pristav / Viacheslav Tkachenko   Jennifer Heurlin / John Frederiksen
1992   Hull   Natalia Krestianinova / Alexei Torchinski   Caroline Haddad / Jean-Sebastien Fecteau   Svetlana Pristav / Viacheslav Tkachenko
1993   Seoul   Inga Korshunova / Dmitri Saveliev   Maria Petrova / Anton Sikharulidze   Isabelle Coulombe / Bruno Marcotte
1994   Colorado Springs   Maria Petrova / Anton Sikharulidze   Caroline Haddad / Jean-Sebastien Fecteau   Galina Maniachenko / Evgeni Zhigurski
1995   Budapest   Maria Petrova / Anton Sikharulidze   Danielle Hartsell / Steve Hartsell   Evgenia Filonenko / Igor Marchenko
1996   Brisbane   Victoria Maxiuta / Vladislav Zhovnirski   Evgenia Filonenko / Igor Marchenko   Danielle Hartsell / Steve Hartsell
1997   Seoul   Danielle Hartsell / Steve Hartsell   Maria Petrova / Teimuraz Pulin   Victoria Maxiuta / Vladislav Zhovnirski
1998   Saint John   Julia Obertas / Dmytro Palamarchuk   Svetlana Nikolaeva / Alexei Sokolov   Victoria Maxiuta / Vladislav Zhovnirski
1999   Zagreb   Julia Obertas / Dmytro Palamarchuk   Laura Handy / Paul Binnebose   Victoria Maxiuta / Vladislav Zhovnirski
2000   Oberstdorf   Aliona Savchenko / Stanislav Morozov   Julia Obertas / Dmitri Palamarchuk   Julia Shapiro / Alexei Sokolov
2001   Sofia   Zhang Dan / Zhang Hao   Yuko Kawaguchi / Alexander Markuntsov   Kristen Roth / Michael McPherson
2002   Hamar   Elena Riabchuk / Stanislav Zakarov   Julia Karbovskaya / Sergei Slavnov   Ding Yang / Ren Zhongfei
2003   Ostrava   Zhang Dan / Zhang Hao   Ding Yang / Ren Zhongfei   Jennifer Don / Jonathon Hunt
2004   The Hague   Natalia Shestakova / Pavel Lebedev   Jessica Dube / Bryce Davison   Maria Mukhortova / Maxim Trankov
2005   Kitchener   Maria Mukhortova / Maxim Trankov   Jessica Dubé / Bryce Davison   Tatiana Kokoreva / Egor Golovkin
2006   Ljubljana   Julia Vlassov / Drew Meekins   Kendra Moyle / Andy Seitz   Ksenia Krasilnikova / Konstantin Bezmaternikh
2007   Oberstdorf   Keauna McLaughlin / Rockne Brubaker   Vera Bazarova / Yuri Larionov   Ksenia Krasilnikova / Konstantin Bezmaternikh
2008   Sofia   Ksenia Krasilnikova / Konstantin Bezmaternikh   Lubov Iliushechkina / Nodari Maisuradze   Dong Huibo / Wu Yiming
2009   Sofia   Lubov Iliushechkina / Nodari Maisuradze   Anastasia Martiusheva / Alexei Rogonov   Marissa Castelli / Simon Shnapir
2010   The Hague   Sui Wenjing / Han Cong   Narumi Takahashi / Mervin Tran   Ksenia Stolbova / Fedor Klimov
2011   Gangneung   Sui Wenjing / Han Cong   Ksenia Stolbova / Fedor Klimov   Narumi Takahashi / Mervin Tran
2012   Minsk   Sui Wenjing / Han Cong   Yu Xiaoyu / Jin Yang   Vasilisa Davankova / Andrei Deputat
2013   Milan   Haven Denney / Brandon Frazier   Margaret Purdy / Michael Marinaro   Lina Fedorova / Maxim Miroshkin
2014   Sofia   Yu Xiaoyu / Jin Yang   Evgenia Tarasova / Vladimir Morozov   Maria Vigalova / Egor Zakroev
2015   Tallinn   Yu Xiaoyu / Jin Yang   Julianne Séguin / Charlie Bilodeau   Lina Fedorova / Maxim Miroshkin
2016   Debrecen   Anna Dušková / Martin Bidař   Anastasia Mishina / Vladislav Mirzoev   Ekaterina Borisova / Dmitry Sopot
2017   Taipei   Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya / Harley Windsor   Aleksandra Boikova / Dmitrii Kozlovskii   Gao Yumeng / Xie Zhong
2018   Sofia   Daria Pavliuchenko / Denis Khodykin   Polina Kostiukovich / Dmitrii Ialin   Anastasia Mishina / Aleksandr Galliamov
2019   Zagreb   Anastasia Mishina / Aleksandr Galliamov   Apollinariia Panfilova / Dmitry Rylov   Polina Kostiukovich / Dmitrii Ialin
2020   Tallinn
2021   Harbin

Ice dancingEdit

Ice dancing medalists[5]
Year Location Gold Silver Bronze
1976   Megève   Kathryn Winter / Nicholas Slater   Denise Best / David Dagnell   Martine Olivier / Yves Tarayre
1977   Megève   Wendy Sessions / Mark Reed   Karen Barber / Kim Spreyer   Marie McNeil / Robert McCall
1978   Megève   Tatiana Durasova / Sergei Ponomarenko   Kelly Johnson / Kris Barber   Nathalie Hervé / Pierre Husarek
1979   Augsburg   Tatiana Durasova / Sergei Ponomarenko   Elena Batanova / Andrei Antonov   Kelly Johnson / Kris Barber
1980   Megève   Elena Batanova / Alexei Soloviev   Judit Péterfy / Csaba Bálint   Renée Roca / Andrew Ouellette
1981   London, Ontario   Elena Batanova / Alexei Soloviev   Natalia Annenko / Vadim Karkachev   Karyn Garossino / Rodney Garossino
1982   Oberstdorf   Natalia Annenko / Vadim Karkachev   Tatiana Gladkova / Igor Shpilband   Lynda Malek / Alexander Miller
1983   Sarajevo   Tatiana Gladkova / Igor Shpilband   Elena Novikova / Oleg Bliakhman   Christina Yatsuhashi / Keith Yatsuhashi
1984   Sapporo   Elena Krykanova / Evgeni Platov   Christina Yatsuhashi / Keith Yatsuhashi   Svetlana Liapina / Georgi Sur
1985   Colorado Springs   Elena Krykanova / Evgeni Platov   Svetlana Liapina / Georgi Sur   Doriane Bontemps / Charles Paliard
1986   Sarajevo   Elena Krykanova / Evgeni Platov   Svetlana Serkeli / Andrei Zharkov   Corinne Paliard / Didier Courtois
1987   Kitchener   Ilona Melnichenko / Gennadi Kaskov   Oksana Grishuk / Alexander Chichkov   Catherine Pal / Donald Godfrey
1988   Brisbane   Oksana Grishuk / Alexander Chichkov   Irina Antsiferova / Maxim Sevastianov   Maria Orlova / Oleg Ovsyannikov
1989   Sarajevo   Angelika Kirkhmaier / Dmitri Lagutin   Liudmila Berezova / Vladimir Fedorov   Marina Morel / Gwendal Peizerat
1990   Colorado Springs   Marina Anissina / Ilia Averbukh   Elena Kustarova / Sergei Romashkin   Marie-France Dubreuil / Bruno Yvars
1991   Budapest   Aliki Stergiadu / Yuri Razguliaiev   Marina Morel / Gwendal Peizerat   Elena Kustarova / Sergei Romashkin
1992   Hull   Marina Anissina / Ilia Averbukh   Yaroslava Nechaeva / Yuri Chesnichenko   Amelie Dion / Alexandre Alain
1993   Seoul   Ekaterina Svirina / Sergei Sakhnovski   Sylwia Nowak / Sebastian Kolasiński   Bérangère Nau / Luc Monéger
1994   Colorado Springs   Sylwia Nowak / Sebastian Kolasiński   Ekaterina Svirina / Sergei Sakhnovski   Agnes Jacquemard / Alexis Gayet
1995   Budapest   Olga Sharutenko / Dmitri Naumkin   Stéphanie Guardia / Franck Laporte   Iwona Filipowicz / Michał Szumski
1996   Brisbane   Ekaterina Davydova / Roman Kostomarov   Isabelle Delobel / Olivier Schoenfelder   Natalia Gudina / Vitali Kurkudym
1997   Seoul   Nina Ulanova / Mikhail Stifounin   Oksana Potdykova / Denis Petukhov   Agata Błażowska / Marcin Kozubek
1998   Saint John   Jessica Joseph / Charles Butler Jr.   Federica Faiella / Luciano Milo   Oksana Potdykova / Denis Petukhov
1999   Zagreb   Jamie Silverstein / Justin Pekarek   Federica Faiella / Luciano Milo   Natalia Romaniuta / Daniil Barantsev
2000   Oberstdorf   Natalia Romaniuta / Daniil Barantsev   Emilie Nussear / Brandon Forsyth   Tanith Belbin / Benjamin Agosto
2001   Sofia   Natalia Romaniuta / Daniil Barantsev   Tanith Belbin / Benjamin Agosto   Elena Khaliavina / Maxim Shabalin
2002   Hamar   Tanith Belbin / Benjamin Agosto   Elena Khaliavina / Maxim Shabalin   Elena Romanovskaya / Alexander Grachev
2003   Ostrava   Oksana Domnina / Maxim Shabalin   Nóra Hoffmann / Attila Elek   Elena Romanovskaya / Alexander Grachev
2004   The Hague   Elena Romanovskaya / Alexander Grachev   Nóra Hoffmann / Attila Elek   Morgan Matthews / Maxim Zavozin
2005   Kitchener   Morgan Matthews / Maxim Zavozin   Tessa Virtue / Scott Moir   Anastasia Gorshkova / Ilia Tkachenko
2006   Ljubljana   Tessa Virtue / Scott Moir   Natalia Mikhailova / Arkadi Sergeev   Meryl Davis / Charlie White
2007   Oberstdorf   Ekaterina Bobrova / Dmitri Soloviev   Grethe Grünberg / Kristjan Rand   Kaitlyn Weaver / Andrew Poje
2008   Sofia   Emily Samuelson / Evan Bates   Vanessa Crone / Paul Poirier   Kristina Gorshkova / Vitali Butikov
2009   Sofia   Madison Chock / Greg Zuerlein   Maia Shibutani / Alex Shibutani   Ekaterina Riazanova / Jonathan Guerreiro
2010   The Hague   Elena Ilinykh / Nikita Katsalapov   Alexandra Paul / Mitchell Islam   Ksenia Monko / Kirill Khaliavin
2011   Gangneung   Ksenia Monko / Kirill Khaliavin   Ekaterina Pushkash / Jonathan Guerreiro   Charlotte Lichtman / Dean Copely
2012   Minsk   Victoria Sinitsina / Ruslan Zhiganshin   Alexandra Stepanova / Ivan Bukin   Alexandra Aldridge / Daniel Eaton
2013   Milan   Alexandra Stepanova / Ivan Bukin   Gabriella Papadakis / Guillaume Cizeron   Alexandra Aldridge / Daniel Eaton
2014   Sofia   Kaitlin Hawayek / Jean-Luc Baker   Anna Yanovskaya / Sergey Mozgov   Madeline Edwards / Zhao Kai Pang
2015   Tallinn   Anna Yanovskaya / Sergey Mozgov   Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter   Oleksandra Nazarova / Maxim Nikitin
2016   Debrecen   Lorraine McNamara / Quinn Carpenter   Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons   Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd
2017   Taipei   Rachel Parsons / Michael Parsons   Alla Loboda / Pavel Drozd   Christina Carreira / Anthony Ponomarenko
2018   Sofia   Anastasia Skoptsova / Kirill Aleshin   Christina Carreira / Anthony Ponomarenko   Arina Ushakova / Maxim Nekrasov
2019   Zagreb   Marjorie Lajoie / Zachary Lagha   Elizaveta Khudaiberdieva / Nikita Nazarov   Sofia Shevchenko / Igor Eremenko
2020   Tallinn
2021   Harbin

Cumulative medal countEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia474044131
2  United States443640120
3  Soviet Union37301784
4  Japan12121236
5  Canada10151439
6  China84921
7  East Germany44614
8  Ukraine42410
9  France2101325
10  Great Britain2316
11  Poland1124
12  Czech Republic1102
  South Korea1102
14  Australia1012
  Germany1012
16  Israel1001
17  West Germany0617
18  Hungary0415
19  Italy0235
20  Austria0112
21  Belgium0101
  Czechoslovakia0101
  Estonia0101
  South Africa0101
25   Switzerland0033
26  Finland0011
  Sweden0011
Totals (27 nations)176176175527

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Vaytsekhovskaya, Elena (13 December 2010). Елена Буянова: "Сотникова намного лучше, чем была я" [Elena Buianova: "Sotnikova is much better than I was"]. sport-express.ru (in Russian). Retrieved 19 December 2010.
  2. ^ "ISU Results: Men" (PDF). (9.06 KB)
  3. ^ "ISU Results: Ladies" (PDF). (8.88 KB)
  4. ^ "ISU Results: Pairs" (PDF). (10.5 KB)
  5. ^ "ISU Results: Dance" (PDF). (11.0 KB)

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